One of the recurring themes in my fiction writing is that of vindication.
Why do I put so much energy into talking about pop culture?
I forgot the when, or the why, but some hotshot sent me a vitriolic message, taking great umbrage with my taste in music.
In the past year, I’ve come to recognize what immortality really is.
Four days in August were abuzz with the geeky rumblings of fanboys at FanExpo.
James Herbert, Richard Matheson, Rick Hautala, Vince Flynn, Jack Vance, and lastly Elmore Leonard have one thing in common: they stopped bashing at the keyboard […]
The ties you forge with fellow survivors of a disaster last a lifetime.
Over five years ago, when I was moving in with my fiancee, I offloaded two-thirds of my book collection.
Most writers will tell you bashing out 500 words a day is good for your novel.
A few years back I was interested in applying for the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy award.